From a young age, Dogan Can Gundogdu naturally gravitated to design and would spend countless hours creating motion graphics, illustrations, concept arts inspired by comics and classic films. His passion for art, combined with his love of feature films, naturally led him to pursue a career in the film and marketing industry. He graduated from Bahcesehir University with a bachelor of arts in Visual Communication Design.

His first publicly acclaimed personal project was in 2012. Gundogdu wrote and directed the main title for Warner Bros' feature film The Dark Knight Rises and an infographic design for Interstellar which instantly gained monumental attention, including international publications, articles, interviews. His work has been featured in various publications.

Soon thereafter, Gundogdu was contacted by Academy Award Producers known for The Hurt Locker and Dallas Buyers Club. He was requested to wrote and direct the official main title for feature film Seal Team Six produced by The Weinstein Company, National Geographic Channel and Voltage Pictures. Seal Team Six was premiered on November 4, 2012 in U.S.A and it was National Geographic Channel's first feature-length film.

In 2012, he was requested to design the official cover artwork animation and graphic design for English band The XX - "Coexist" which has won the IMPALA prize for the Best Independent Album in Europe. Also, in 2013, he designed the artwork animations for American rock band Vampire Weekend - "Modern Vampires of the City" which won the group a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album in 2014.

In 2014, Gundogdu launched his own creative design corporation named Frametale Gorsel Sanatlar ve Produksiyon A.S. and serves as President and Creative Director of the firm in Istanbul, Turkey. Frametale has been involved in the post-production and animation of numerous commercials, documentaries TV series and feature films including the 2015 TIFF - Toronto Film Festival Midnight Madness opener "Baskin", a multiple awards winning film. Gundogdu was the creative director of war and drama feature Canakkale Yolun Sonu, which won International Adana Film Festival in 2013.

In 2014, his first animated short film which he titled "Saltanat" based on the Orientalist Paintings drawn in 18th and 19th century and focusing on women social life in the Ottoman Empire. This film received tremendous accolades and resulted in another honored mentions by reputed Turkish newspapers such as Radikal, Hurriyet. Gundogdu has traveled to speak at various conferences and help share his journey and industry lessons with other creatives such as "Career In The Design Industry" at Izmir and Istanbul Universities in 2014.